Excellent task manager and productivity app I've tried all sorts, Wunderlist, Google Keep, Any.do etc. A colleague recommended Trello. I'm very impressed. It's more flexible than Wunderlist and the interface is better, but I've only awarded 3 stars as it doesn't work offline. On the train it gets annoying when you try and make a change only to get a warning seconds later telling you that it's not worked. That will be one more star, and for the fifth star it would be amazing if it supported written notes on the Galaxy Note like One Note, etc.
Super app, But... I have been using the web version of trello...like the idea and how it organizes things. App is super cool too! Just one issue that my cards order from the app board is not maintained in the widget that I use on the main screen.
Missing features from web version Ok but you can't add labels or due dates on the app. Seems like simple functionality to add - why is it only on the website?
Good productivity tool Find this helps me structure papers I am writing - only gripe is that I cannot export as Excel file as standard.
Lack of ability to delete lists is just plain stupid. I don't know what you were thinking-- or even IF you were-- when you decided not to include the ability to delete lists, but you just lost a user because of it. 3/17/2015 - still can't delete! 5/7/2016 - STILL can't delete. 9/15/16 still no delete. What is WRONG with you?
Not so good for personal use. The widget is damn near useless if you only use your own board — you'll need to assign yourself to every card you create.
We hear that there is a new version of Android coming out. We've prepared Trello for these "new guts" so you'll have a smooth transition.
Enterprise customers, rejoice! You can now authenticate with Trello using SSO credentials.
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